Formerly known as Internet Explorer and then as Project Spartan, Microsoft Edge Browser has evolved a lot. From the User Interface to the technology it’s built upon, the browser has completely changed in its variant meant for Windows 10. This post will provide an insight into the artifacts left behind on the local machine by the successor to the Internet Explorer web browser. From the location, type and gathering of these artifacts, this post explains and throws light on all aspects of Edge Browser Forensics. However, you will discover that the functioning and backend of Project Spartan aka Edge Browser is no different from the Internet Explorer latest version. Let us take a look at it.
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